Okay, on with the show. In case anyone is wondering, if you see the yellow, Yamaha Seca II - that's my bike, or it was my bike. This was my last bike - I had a red one before the yellow one. Above is a picture of our bikes and the ones of the couple we were with on this particular weekend. This was our last out-of-town trip before I knew about HubbaDood. Can anyone guess where we are? Could it possibly be the Smokey Mountains? It is, it is!!!
Here's The Hubbs last bike - sweet isn't it? It was a little too heavy for me and I couldn't touch the ground either. Being 5 ft. tall doesn't help when you like to ride sport bikes.
This next one is of me in my gear - aren't I cute? It must have been a cool early morning ride.
Me and The Hubbs. We always took the opportunity to get a shot of us together. Glad we did because it's a rare occasion now. By they way, if you're wondering what's with the red bandana, it helped to prevent the big jacket from rubbing on my neck. The hat is to hide the very, very, bad hairdoo produced by the most attractive helmet I wore.
These were The Hubbs' idea. He's so inventive isn't he.
This was our favorite parking spot in Pigeon Forge before the stroll over to the Pancake Pantry for the final breakfast before heading home. I always liked to eat their French toast - yum, yum! That's me behind my YELLOW bike locking up everything before walking away.
This photo was taken in Avon, Colorado - another HSTA (Honda Sport Touring Association) trip. This was the STAR 95 trip. I can't believe it was eleven years ago. Look at that helmet head of hair. That's when I had my red Yamaha. Here's another one of The Hubbs and me being silly.
Okay, now I must go lay in the bed and recover from this depressing state I'm in after reminiscing. But, at least I've got good memories, right?
If I ever get to have another bike what color do you think I would want? You guessed it. But, I would pretty much take anything right now.